Award-winning journalist, Seth Kwame Boateng; editor of myjoyonline.com, Malik Abass Daabu, and General Manager of the Joy cluster of the Multimedia Group are among the latest to have resigned from the media conglomerate.
According to theghanareport.com sources, Seth Kwame Boateng has moved to the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA).
He has explained, he will be doing the work at the NHIA and still combine it with his work at Multimedia.
Meanwhile the award-winning journalist Seth Kwame Boateng has since denied media reports that he has parted ways with the Multimedia Group Limited.
But reacting to the news on his Facebook page, he said “Please it is not true i have resigned from MGL”
Editor of the online department of Joy FM, Malik Daabu has also resigned. Mr. Daabu left early this year to take up a new role as head of Public Relations at the Ghana Maritime Authority.
Until his resignation, he served as Joy FM’s in-house political analyst. He had also been moved to head the investigative desk following the resignation of Manasseh Azure Awuni last year.
The General Manager of the Joy Cluster (radio and TV), Ms. Emma Morrison, has also resigned according to theghanareport.com’s sources.
Our sources reveal her resignation takes effect on June 5, 2020 which coincides with her birthday.
Prior to her current position, she was Head of Business News programming at the Multimedia Group and was in 2019 adjudged Corporate Personality of the Year at the Glitz Women of the Year Honours.
The screen goddess and former General Manager for News and Sports at TV3 Network a subsidiary of Media General is however still looking young and vibrant in the media industry.
She served in various capacities before her departure from the Kokomlele-based media house.
No reasons have been assigned for her resignation and it is unclear where she could be heading after rendering meritorious services to the Kokomlemle based cluster of media houses. She is set to pursue her private dreams.
On-air personalities including, Emmanuel Aboagye Wiafe, Norvan Acquah Hayford, Philip Nanfuri, all from Joy Business, have also left the Multimedia Group this year.
Another on-air personality to have left Multimedia is Sports journalist, Benedict Owusu. The award-winning sports journalist is now a service provider for Joy FM.
The Multimedia Group Limited (MGL) in recent times has been slapped with a wave of resignations from some of its big names including Captain Smart, Nana Yaa Brefo, DJ Willie etc.
As many resigned, the company also laid off some of its employees. Actress and media personality, Naa Ashorkor was one of the casualties.